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Research and Development Progress Report No. 260 * May 1967
Economic Effects of
Mineral Content in
Municipal Water Supplies
By Black and Veatch, Consulting Engineers, Kansas City, Mis-
souri, for Office of Saline Water; Jack A. Hunter, Director; Joseph
J. Strobel, Chief, Program Analysis Staff; Eric D. Bovet, Economist
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR * Stewart L. Udall, Secretary
Frank C. Di Luzio, Assistant Secretary for Water Pollution Control
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